Review: Roger by S.J.D. Peterson

Texas native Colt Burrow isn’t happy about his third cold, lonely Christmas in frozen Michigan. But when fate sends him a gift in the form of an abandoned puppy, he can’t keep his heart from melting. With the puppy’s companionship, he doesn’t feel so isolated anymore, and the holidays don’t seem as bleak. He even finds enough Christmas spirit to take Roger tree shopping. But just when Colt’s starting to hope Roger’s owner doesn’t show up… he does, and Colt doesn’t want to say goodbye.

Will Roger end up being Colt’s Christmas heartbreak… or his Christmas miracle?

Pretty much all the hearts go towards the too adorable Fiest, Roger.

Colt is kinda a curmudgeon. Having moved from sunny Florida to freezing Michigan to basically escape an ex boyfriend and start anew, he’s feeling a bit grumpy about the holidays. When he spots a dog shivering in the freezing snow in his backyard, Colt takes him in and his disposition starts to defrost. I mean, how can it not? Roger is smart, cute, and full of personality, and Colt quickly changes his tune about wanting to find Roger’s owner as he grows increasingly attached to the loveable pup.

This being fiction and a holiday story, you know Roger’s owner is going to be hot, single, and gay. Of course, we wouldn’t have it any other way, and despite this having absolutely no smex, the huge sweet factor was enough to leave me quite content and happy!

Thank you to the author/publisher for a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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